Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has been told all there is to know about transfer target Pedro Neto by his Wolves boss Gary O’Neil.

The Gunners continue to be linked with a move for the incredibly talented Portuguese winger as they eye Premier League glory come the end of the season.

Speculation has once again ramped up following Neto’s impressive start to the season at Molineux Stadium, with the winger seen as the perfect player to rotate alongside Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli at the Emirates.

Gary O’Neil, who took over at Wolves on the eve of the new Premier League season has heaped special praise on the 23-year-old while offering an insight into how he works behind-the-scenes.

“He’s been incredible, Jamie [Carragher],” the Wolves head coach told Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football programme.

“And not just – he has massive quality as you can see [here in the win against Manchester City] and you see every week; the way he trains and the way he’s been buying into everything I’ve asked of him in possession, out of possession; the way he drives to improve, the way he sets standards.”

O’Neil was then asked about his future, he responded: “He’s incredibly happy at Wolves. He’s enjoying his football, he’s rediscovered some fantastic form.

“He’d had a tough couple of years with injury and form, and he’s performing at his best. So he’s incredibly settled, happy at the club, and we’re going to try and help him achieve some big things while he’s here.”